Small Dog Product Reviews by Janice Jones |Updated 07-16-2022
From time to time, we are asked to review a product and give our personal opinion on whether we find it to be a useful addition or a waste of your money. We try to be as unbiased as possible and include both the pros and cons for each product researched.
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There are times when I am asked to review a dog food and this is one of them. My own dogs play a role in this review especially as a way to "taste test" a dog food from a canine stand point of review. My dogs give the thumbs up but you be the judge.
I thought that all robotic vacuums were the same until I had the opportunity to test and review Ollie. There was a bit of a learning curve for me to get Ollie up and running, but after mapping my house, "he" was up and running. This is definite read if you want to save time and still have a home free of all that pet hair.
We all know how important dental health is for ourselves. Just think how many people remember when they first started brushing their teeth as a toddler. The habit of brushing and flossing is so ingrained in people that we rarely give it a second thought.
We all know that adult dogs should consume two meals a day, equally spaced for optimal health and nutrition. Puppies will need to be fed more often, typically three times a day, because their GI tract is not fully mature and their stomachs too small to hold big meals. Most dog trainers and other dog professionals recommend a scheduled approach to feeding as opposed to free feeding to make training easier.
I recently received a LuckyTail Nail Grinder, and before I get into the review, I need to tell you that I have 15 dogs at the current time. I wish I could say that their nails get worn down naturally by walking on concrete, but the truth is that I end up spending plenty of time giving "pedicures."
This book is an illustrated list of dog behaviors involving dog interactions with their human friends. Written by Jeff Parks and Illustrated by Mark Sean Wilson, it demonstrates in a heart-warming, yet amusing manner all those day-to-day encounters that dog lovers know all so well.
Would your dog benefit from drinking from a pet water fountain rather than a dog bowl? There are advantages and disadvantages, but before you purchase, read this unbiased product review to see what your dog could gain.